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Now is the time that
the little things in your
wardrobe need replac?
ing?a new pair of
gloves, some collars
and cuffs, a couple of
neckties, a new shirt
or two; possibly a full
dress shield. You need
them all. Don't you?
Then come to us and
get the latest.
D. M. T?YLOB,
IKatlcr and Furnisher.
112 Jefferson street.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
Chicago, Nov. 22.?The leading fu?
tures ranged as follows:
Wheat? Open. Close.
December. 05 1)5
December. 2G 20}
December. 20i 20 'i
December. 7.27 7.27
December. 4.12 4.12
December. 4.20 4.20
Old people who require medicine to
regulate the bowels aud kidneys will find
the true remedy in Electric Hitters. This
medicine does not stimulate and contains
no whiskey or other intoxicant, but acts
as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly
on the stomach and bowels, adding
strength and giving tone to the organs,
thereby aiding nature in the performance
of the functions. Electric Hitters is an
excellent appetizer and aids digestion.
Old people lind it just exactly what they
need. Trice 50 cents and *1 per bottle at
Doll Babies and Toys, new and cheap
pAiasu.tt'8 Fair, 0 Ealetn avenue.
Prof. F. V. N. Painter, of Salem, was
in the city yesterday
.1. I). Hohhie left yesterday for Lynch
burg on a business trip.
Pemlleton Taliaferro. of llarrisonburg,
is in town visiting Iiis parents.
Mrs. R. S. Koebler returned to the city
from n visit to relatives in Hagerstowu
J, R. Bryan left yesterday on legal bus?
iness for Martinsv ille.
J. s. Haer, commonwealth's attorney
! for Roauoke county, was in town yester?
Miss Mary Greer.of Rocky Mount, who
I has been visitiug frieuds in this city, re?
turned home yesterday.
Mrs. J. T. Hall left yesterday to upend
Thanksgiving with her father, Rev. John
K. Harris, at Floyd, Va.
Mrs. M. M. Uodamead, of Norfolk, ur
rivetl in the city yesterday tojitteud the
Mrs. J. Shirley Smith returned to her
home in Charlentown, W, Va., yesterday
after a visit of one week iu this city.
Mrs. H. W. Sloan, cf New Orleans, is
stopping at Hotel Roanoke.
Hou John E. Masser returned to his
home in Charlottesville yesterdav'on No.
Geo. \V. Zirkle, sheriff of Roanoke
county, was iu the city yesterday.
Rev. E. B. Pollard, of Washington,
who has been attending the llaptist As?
sociation, returned home yesterday.
Miss N. J. Kellar, "of Philadelphia, ar?
rived in the city yesterday and is stop?
ping at the St. James.
James I). Johnston left yesterday for
Pearlsb?rg on legal business.
Wm. R. King, auditor of the B. aud S.
road, went to Roanoke j last,night on No.
<> to see his best girl.?Bristol Sunday
Mrs. W. G. Cooper and Miss Bertie
Shaner, of Lynchburg, are visiting Mrs.
C. M. White,No. 228 Fourth avenue u. w.
The best ?30<) piano in both walnut and
mahogany ever offered in this State iu
now for sale by Hohbie Piauo Company
on easy payments, without interest. The
same piauo is sold iu Baltimore anil Rich?
mond for $350. Why can they save you
$50? Because by buving them iu car load
lots for Roanoke aud Lynchburg bouses
they get jobbers' rates, which are much
lower than retailers can obtain. Roanoke
wnrerooms, Salem avenue, near Com?
A BFECIAL OFFER TO ALL WHO
WILL ENTER THE BUSINESS COL?
LEGE BEFORE JANUARY 1, 1808.
The fie- /?
Bimila >o? . , ?= CB
OUR $10.00 black Clay and French
Worsteds, sutln piped and lining, are the
greatest bargains in the city. Your si/.e
la still here. R. SCHILLRK, 28 Saleai
Husbands who would please their
wives should buy only HYGIENE PAT?
ENT FLOUR, made from the cream of
Va. Polytechnic /j\
A Institute |
"* Univ. uf Tenn.
% Ath??cT.rk. jj^ R?ai
HAD TWO BUSY DAYS.
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Bending the Gospel into all heathen, na?
Other speeches were made on the san;e
subject by Kovs. L. 6. Broughtou and
Rev. R. .1. Willi n*rh am. At the conclu?
sion of the address of the latter Rev. .1.
J. Hall, of Norfolk, invoked a Divine
blessing in behalf of the missions and
misaicunries who are in foreign lauds.
Chairman Owen then announced the
following committees for the ensuing
vear: Obituaries. Revs. J. B. Hutson,
"W. A. Pearson, P. T. Warren, .1. II. Ed?
wards, .1. II. Butler, .1. W. Mitchell ami
R. E. Taylor.
Committee on Education?Revs. F. W.
Boatwri?ht, R. H. Ritt, L. R. Thorn
hill, M. E. Broaddus, W. V. Savage, .1.
P. Deans, E. E. Dudlev, T. B. Thomas,
H. W. Tribble.
The Associat ion adjourned to meet this
morning at 9 instead of 9:30 o'clock.
The educational conference was called
to order by President F. W. Boatwright.
Discussion benring upon the relationship
of the secondary school to the college
were enteredjnto by all present. Commit?
tee to offer resolutions pertaining to a
permanent organization was appointed,
composed of President F. W. Boatwright,
Dr. R. W. Criddin, Prof. S. S. Handy.
Comnrttee was empoivered to oiler pro?
gramme for next meeting. Much inter?
est was manifested and an organization
of great power in denominational educa?
tional matters of Virginia will doubtless
be i/iade permanent. Rev. Dr. Miller
was elected president and Prof. S. S.
Handy, of Allegheny Institute, secre?
The fit- j
One of the prettiest residences in Vin
ton, with 1 l-"2 acres of land. Just the
thing for a shop man, and biggest bat
gain ever offered. Price, $1,000; terms
$10 cash, balance $10 per month. Worth
more than this in rent Ptdigo-Beller
Heal Kstatu Co.
Malaga Grapes, direct from Spain, at
' ir if*3*
no, ua and 114
At 10:00 -fi
EDW. L. STONE.
The STONE- Ptg. W
?S-^^-ffr and Mfg. Co. W/
^ Band. ^
/.(iS Hotel Roanoke.
Jefferson St. i'd.
No. 7 Campbell Ave.,
Good 8 room house, all modern im?
provements, No. 71U Henry street s w.
Another good 8-room house on Eighth
avenue, near Commerce street, s w. All
moilern improvements I have just re?
Good 8-room house on Eightli avenue
s w, No. 541. Price only $10. Good
H-room house No. 1007 Fifth avenue n
w; in good condition. Only sfH.
Two good G-room bouses oh Bullitt ave?
nue s e; only ?0 each.
Two 0-room houses on Gilmer avenue
11 e. Only $0 each. All In good repair.
A large four-story brick warehouse on
Holliday street, with large elevator and
platform scales, or will rent floors for
Several bargains in the sale of houses
and vacant lots. Call; ask for what you
want. I will get it for you.
List your property for sale or rent
with me. _
TULEK J. MITCHELL,
llcul Estate Ageiit,
OPPOSITE TERRY BUILDING.
If there is anything in the
insurance line t hat you want?
Fire, Life, Accident, Boiler
Explosion, Plate (ilass or Em?
ployers' Liability?WE HAVE
IT, AND THE VERY BEST
104 South Jefferson street,
While attend Ina the ASSOCIATION*,
we extend you a cordial invitation
to g've us a cull at !>0 Salem
avenue. It will he a pleasure to
us to show you our Hue of FINE
FOOTWEAR. Style, quality and
M. G, RIELEY, 36 Salem Ave.
]>. Am u\ assss:ec. Manager.
BRUSH MOUNTAIN COAL will
please you. Lot us send you a ton.
'1'hone 210. J. II. WILKINSON & CO.
Tins best nir-tieht wocil stove on the
American market?made from the liest
material money can buy. Takes less
fuel ami will keep lire longer than any
other stove. Has an outer jacket, ami
will not become tarnished and dull like
the ordinary stove. If yon want the
best, don't buy until you have seen tho
"WONDER." We also carry tho best
assortment of Carpets and Furniture iu
!) the city.
Overstreet & Thnrman.
I'IKH. I.IFK. ACCIDENT.
W. L. Andrews &Go.,
lOO 1-2 Campbell avenue, U.
(jood Companies. I'rompl (Settlement*.
Well, that matter is settled
temporarily. However, you
may lose, your home any night
by fire. Have, it insured with
RO. M. KENT, JR.,
Corner Jefferson and Salem Avenue,
Hi irk lEuilriiug.
LAWHBNCR M. DAVIS, Piro, Life anil Acci?
dent Ii surence, No. 5 Campbell avenue W.,
i ntnmorrlal Union, ol London
Fireman'* Fa lid, uf Cnlliitorida.
Lion Fire, nf London,
Mntlial I.Ifo Inenrance Co.. of New York.
New York Underwriters',ot New York.
Nortb unti.-in and M-^rcantllo, ot London.
Norwich Union, tf ItnK'.unil.
Putladelpnlti UaderwrUora', of I'hiUdclphla.
Phoenix. < r London
Hcotlleh Union snd National, of Bdlnbnrgh.
Standard Accident, ot Michigan.
Breakfast 20 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. Catogni's restaurant
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY'S
THE PEOPLE'S GREAT STORE?The place where the people get the worth of their
money, and have some change left for a rainy day. Biggest store in the western halt of Vir?
ginia, Strangers and Visitors find a hearty welcome. Big sales all this week,
A Big Blanket Bargain
()ne case fine White Blankets,
nil pure wool, both warp and
filling, silk binding, weigh!
six pounds, $3.75?formerly
sohl for ?-r) a pair.
Big Sale of Carpet Samples.
Three hundred Carpet Muds,
manufacturers' samples, all
elean and in perfect condition;
they ?"111 be mntched-up for
Rugs and Druggets. Yard
wide Ingrains, l'.><- a yard:
worth 35c. Yard-wide In?
grains 25c a yard: worth 50c.
Yard-wide A11-Wool [ngraims
33c a yard: worth 75c. 22
inch Ingrains lOe.
Ladies, please take notice
that we have just added to our
big Corset stock a line of the
P. 0. Corsets.
They need no talk. Ladies
who wear P. D. Corsets will
have no other.
Prices, $1.50, $2, #2.50 and
Have you observed that there
ate always buyers at our Gent's
Furnishing Counter!! There's
a significance to it.
Men's white lleeced Stocki?
net Shirts and Drawers, elastic
and soft a> velvet m the touch,
regular 69c garments, 50c.
.Men's Natural Grey halt
wool Shirts and Drawers, ex?
cellent value, 50c.
Switz Conde's "Glove Fit?
ting" Shirts and Drawers for
men, natural grey ribbed, onl\
Original Glastcnburg Under?
wear lor men. Shirts and
Drawers, natural grey?$1.50.
< Ine (!nse Mens Fine Natu?
ral Wool Shirts and Drawers
that will equal any of those
yon have been looking at
around town for $1.25, mir
price only $ 1.
Big Cloak Values.
Finer ones, of course, and
plenty of them; but for good
wearing medium-priced gar?
ments these are bonanzas.
Come along early and get what
j you want from t lese lots:
21 Black I irsey (Japes;
you'll not find a better for #<>:
Ki Black Kersey Jackets;
better are not to be had for $7;
t hese $(').
12 Black Kersey Jackets;
from the regular *}(> line:
25 Black ('loth Capes, nicely
braided and edged with line
fur: these *2.
28 Black Cheviot Jackets,
perfect fitting and excellent
material: these sf).
Large lot short pieces fine
bleached Table Linens, in.2 to
5 yard lengths; worth 50C to
$1.50 a yard. Quite a nice
5 pieces heavy Cream Dam?
ask. f>8 inch, 25c a yard.
See our great line of New
8 pieces extra heavy All
Linen Cream Damask, c>(jf inch,
39c; well worth r>0c
20 pieces extra \heavy
bleached Washed German
Damask, 60 inch, 50c; would
be good value at 7.r>e.
5 pieces lovely bleached
Irish Linen Damask, 72 inch,
very pretty, 7.r>c.
7 pieces exquisite bleached
German Linen Damask, 72
inch: a regular $1.25 Linen:
For Couch Covering.
One of the most lasting ma?
terials for Couch Covering and
general upholsteiy purposes is
the heavy Corded Rep. It is
beautiful also for curtains and
portieres for halls and doorways
Ten pieces of this elegant
material, in plain colors and
tapestries, 50 inches wide, only
50c: always worth 7.r)c.
These are what you want if
you are looking for down-right
Case Eiderdown Comforts,
covered with finest French Sat
teen, largest size, $5.
Case same in the extra heavy
weicht, *<>. .r)i>.
The Demorest Machine has
We sell them for cash and
save you the agent's profits.
Style No. .">.j Demorest?2
drawers, full set attachments,
only *L0.50. Agents get $50.
We save you the agent's profit
Style 4 Demorest?t draw?
ers, full set attachments, only
$22.50. Agents get $55. We
save you the agent's profit of
Large lot new .Machines just
Portieres and Curtains.
? If you want something ele?
gant in the way of Portieres at
minimum cost see these before
they are gone.
Kreuch Fru Frou Portieres,
Real Brocatelles (they wear
a life-time). $8.
Large lines, too, of the less
expensive ones, sf>, s-f, $3.50,
$2.50, $2 and $1.75 pair.
Perhaps you never think of
going to a Dry Goods Store
for such things?try it once,
and experience the bi-j; saving.
Excellent Writing Paper,
plain or ruled, in big pound
Splendid quality 5 inch
Square Envelopes, usually sold
for 10c pack - here .'5 packs for
High Cut (?1 inch Envelopes,
2 packs for 5c.
Pencils at half what you us?
"fasy Lies the Head That
Wears a Crown."
Millions of uncrowned heads
are in the same fix. The
remedy: one of our delightful
"Sanitary" Feather Pillows
are filled with fine selected
odorless feathers, guaranteed
weight three pounds each re?
turn them if not entirely satis?
factory only $1 50 each.